Originally Posted by WoodLark-SC
Those numbers look a lot more reasonable. I haven't been to a CAT scale, but I weighed the tongue of my loaded for travel 2503S with a Sherline scale, and it was 620 lbs. Just returned from a 2,000 mile trip and it pulled beautifully.
Our last trip wasn't that far, about 900 miles, but it did pull nicely. We had very
little sway or porpoising, even in wind on the interstates. Our hitch is a Husky Centerline, rated for 800 to 1200 lbs and very heavy. That along with empty water and waste tanks would probably make up the difference in tongue weight between our two trailers...and maybe the year. Ours is a 2016.
I don't drive - but regularly ask my husband if things are okay.